University of Kansas - Jayhawker Yearbook (Lawrence, KS)

 - Class of 2009

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A SWIFT SURPRISE O8 - O9 l JAYHAWKER TAYLOR SWIFT AFFECTS THOUSANDS, COMMANDS YOUR ATTENTION, AND MAKES You WONDER WHERE sHE'l.l. GO NEXT. WAIT, NO ,Z THAT,S SWINE FEM.- X! FREE FOR ALL egan Townsley, Wichita freshman, glanced to her left and saw her. Mike Mahon, New Braunfels, Texas sopho- more, received a text message that said she was sitting across the aisle from him. The Media and Society class didn,t do act too obvious, but within 15 minutes, everyone knew that one blonde-haired, blue-eyed songstress was in Budig 110. Cue Taylor Swift mania. The class started at 2:15 p.m. By 2:30, a crowd of more than 20 people gathered in the back rows ofthe auditorium hop- ing to catch a glimpse of the starlet. Swift was on campus visiting her friend, Abigail Anderson, Hender- sonville, Tenn., freshman, who is on the swim team. Anderson said it was obvious Swift had a lot of fans on campus. "It's like a snowball effect. One person hears it and spreads it all over the place,', Anderson said. Chuck Marsh, professor of journalism and the Media and Society instructor, said he didnyt know Swift would attend the class, but he was thrilled and impressed when he heard that she sat patiently through the entire lecture. While Swift was in the lecture hall, approximately 50 people, notified by texts, Facebook statuses and Tweets, waited for her in the lobby outside Budig 110. Haley Oneal, Hutchinson senior, and Leigh Ann Morales, Lee Summit senior, followed Swift to Budig from Anschutz Library, where she had been shortly before. Oneal and Morales heard Swift was sitting in the top left row of seats in the classroom. For more than 30 minutes, they stood on the second floor landing, hoping, and even- tually succeeding, to get a picture with Swift. Kelsie Froebe, Independence, Kan., freshman, and seven of her friends met in Budig after receiving a text message that informed them Swift was in the auditorium. The group members said they were willing to wait as long as it took for Swift to exit the class. After the whistle blew, Swift, accompanied by a man who appeared to be a bodyguard, signed autographs and took pictures with the throng of fans who followed her from the classroom to the Budig exit. One girl yelled, "Taylor, thank you so much? "You look pretty, " came from a male fan. Another girl walked away with her camera after taking a picture with Swift, giggling as she pushed her way through the crowd of fans. Danny Woods, Overland Park freshman, had a dif- ferent plan. 'Tll slip her my number. I wouldn't expect anything today, but there's a three-day grace period," he said. Woods said he succeeded in handing Swift his number, but her bodyguard ripped it up before she could read it. "She gave me a wink though," Woods said. 'fObviously there,s a connection there." E

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